People in Delhi had the chance to see a stunning collection of classic cars this weekend.
People who took flights to Delhi were among those who had the chance to see a stunning collection of classic cars over the weekend.
A procession of vehicles was held by the Heritage Motoring Club of India (HMCI), with cars from the 1920s to 1965 all on display, Rush Lane reported.
In total, 40 cars were on display, with 20 two-wheel vehicles also joining in the ride from the Panchsheel Club in Delhi.
KTS Tulsi, president of HMCI, said the rally had been held as a way of showcasing the cars to both enthusiasts and members of the public to give them a chance to learn more about the importance and stature of cars in that era.
Some people could be planning to take flight to Delhi in the coming months for business reasons, as the city has been named the most competitive in India for the second year in a row.
Written by Nicholas Scott